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Tom Bradley’s Impossible Dream: Community Screenings in Los Angeles

Join filmmakers Lyn Goldfarb and Alison Sotomayor for a series of Cal Humanities-supported community screenings and discussions of Tom Bradley’s Impossible Dream, a 46-minute educational documentary narrated by Shari Belafonte on the five-term Mayor of Los Angeles. Bradley’s 1973 election made history and was a political first in America—he was the first …

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War Comes Home: In Schools Free Online Event

California Humanities has partnered with the California History-Social Science Project—the state’s K-16 collaborative dedicated to providing the highest quality history instruction—to improve how California’s teachers teach and their students learn about veterans’ experiences and the issues facing those returning home from war. Save the Date: February 3, 2015 (4pm PST) …

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Love Stories Supported by California Humanities

Here are some of our favorite love stories: The Case Against 8  The Case Against 8, a behind-the-scenes look inside the historic case to overturn California’s ban on same-sex marriage. The high-profile trial first made headlines with the unlikely pairing of Ted Olson and David Boies, political foes who last faced …

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Stories from the Clarke

Drawing upon the rich collections of the Clarke Museum, CSU Humboldt, the Humboldt Historical Society, and the Humboldt Maritime Museum, project staff at the Clarke Historical Museum have produced a 3 part television series for PBS-KEET and three exhibits at their museum. An ongoing revolving exhibit is now up and you can …

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